The Ema chairs are a new family designed by Ema Lievore Altherr Molina, which are characterized above all by their great stackability, lightness and functionality. The Ema chair can be stacked in piles of up to 45 chairs, approximately. It weighs some 4 kg. and is made up of a slim tubular steel structure which can be either chrome or lacquered.
The seat and backrest are made of polypropylene and can come in all the finishing options of Enea. Furthermore, if needed, the Ema chair can be made with or without arms, with a full or open back, and can also by fully upholstered.
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Round steel tube ø13×1.5mm in cold laminate. Cast aluminum arms L-2630 UNE 38-263. Robotic welding MIG/MAG as standards UNE EN 287-1:2011.
- Structure lacquered or chromed (with arms in polished aluminium).
- Seat in polypropylene or upholstery.
- Back in polypropylene or upholstery.
- Size Description
Seating Height 46.5cm
Lievore Altherr Molina is a product design consulting and art direction, international studio. Was created in 1991 by the merging of its three partners: Alberto Lievore, Jeannette Altherr and Manel Molina.Since its founding, the studio has been devoted to product design, consulting and the art direction of various companies, always offering individualised solutions. Throughout the years the studio has been recognised for its furniture design, its interior design projects, its products, and packaging. Simultaneously, the studio has developed an intense teaching practice, giving seminars and training courses to new professionals at various Spanish universities and other organisations. The studio has been awarded many national and international awards, including Spain’s National Design Award in 1999. Lievore Altherr Molina has exhibited their work in Barcelona, Cologne, Chicago, Stockholm, Helsinki, Lisbon, London, Lousiana, Madrid, Malmö, Milan, New York, Paris and Tokyo. Their ideas and projects are regularly published in the most prestigious design magazines around the world.